Forty-six percent of the university’s alumni live in southern Idaho.
Over 4,500 financial donors to the university reside in the region.
Fish Culture and Experiment Station
3059 National Fish Hatchery Road #F
Hagerman, Idaho 83332
Research & Extension Center
CSI Evergreen Building
315 Falls Avenue East
Twin Falls, Idaho 83301
821 W. Idaho Street
Boise, ID 83702
M-F: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Parking is available in the Eastman Garage located above the VandalStore with entrances on both Idaho and Main Street.
Quick Facts & Statistics
A premier graduate, research and professional development center.
University of Idaho - 1889
Ada County Extension - 1910
Boise Center - 1953
Serves approximately 1,100 students each year providing over 6,500 credit hours of instruction. Nearly ninety percent are part-time students and working professionals. In addition, over 1,300 individuals are served through professional development workshops and seminars.
The University of Idaho is the only institution in the state to earn the prestigious Carnegie Foundation ranking for high research activity. Researchers attract nearly $100 million in research grants and contracts each year with approximately $8 million being conducted in southern Idaho.
AREAS OF FOCUS
- Water, natural resources and the environment
- Community sustainability
- Organizational development and leadership
- The professions: law, medicine, architecture, engineering and education
Over 320 faculty and staff in southern Idaho with a payroll exceeding $9.4 million.
Nearly 34,000 alumni reside in Idaho – 46% work and live in southern Idaho.
EXPANDING INTELLECTUAL BOUNDARIES
University of Idaho ranks second in the Northwest for enrolling new National Merit Scholars. Fall 2008 enrollment included 31 new National Merit Finalist Scholars – the top one percent of the nation’s high-school graduates – in the freshman class. There are now 65 National Merit Scholars enrolled at the University of Idaho.
The University of Idaho has produced four U.S. Senators, six U.S. Congressmen, four governors, the Secretary of the Interior, and the directors of the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Forest Service.